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Careship Coorong provides therapeutic farm sessions on a working escargot farm for people living with dementia and other social care needs.
Manjimup is in the lower South West of WA, approximately 307 kilometres south of Perth and 126 kilometres from the regional city of Bunbury.
Dementia Friendly Tasmania Inc (DFT) was formed in the local government area of Kingborough south of Hobart, which includes, Snug, where the group began, Kingston, Woodbridge, Bruny Island etc., cate
The City of Melville sits upon the shore of the Swan River in Perth, Western Australia. It is home to 102, 393 people, living in 41,285 dwellings*, and consists of 18 suburbs, divided into six wards.
UQ Healthy Living offers a range of wellness services to persons over age 50 in the community.
UQ Art Museum is a site for progressive and contemporary creative inquiry. Our work speaks to the distinct context of the Art Museum’s place within the University.
QAGOMA is recognised as a Dementia Friendly organisation. We host visitors with dementia and ensure our staff receive education and training around dementia awareness. This is an ongoing commitment.
Iona is an independent Catholic College for young men within the Archdiocese of Brisbane.
The Dougherty Community Centre (DCC) is Willoughby City Council’s largest Community Centre. The Centre has three operations areas: Venue Services, At Home with Willoughby Aged Services and Food Services. Blend Community Café is part of Food Serv
Northern Beaches Council is a Local Government area stretching from Palm Beach to Manly with a population of more than 266,000 (ABS 2016).
Bendigo Bank- Buderim is a local private franchise of the Bendigo Bank. The bank provides a service to local Buderim clients with regard to their banking and housing requirements.
The Buderim Bowls Club aims to provide an inclusive and supportive environment for people living with dementia and their care partners, to socialise and play bowls.